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MattDart

Matt Dart

Storage Facility Owner, Supercheap Storage - Melbourne

Career Summary:

As a single guy Matt likes to get out of South Yarra at weekends and rides his bike all over the area for exercise and to explore where he lives. One of his obsessions is to find the best coffee shop, and he knows what to look for as he was once voted Barrista of the year. Matt Dart is the storage facility manager and owner of Supercheap Storage in Melbourne, a franchise of the Sydney-based company. He grew up in Boronia and attended Trinity College in Kew, before deciding to get into the storage business as he thought the idea was original and had a lot of good points to offer people.Supercheap Storage Melbourne is a storage facility that delivers portable modules right to your door and makes the whole process as simple as possible. The franchise offers affordable storage prices for the City of Knox, Boroondara and the City of Manningham.

Specialties: Self Storage & Removal

Current Roles:

Self Storage Manager

Education:

Business Studies, Melbourne University
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